Niagara Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors

by Niagara Conservation
$ 58.63
Title
  • “Turn off the light when you leave the bathroom!”

    Words Joe’s mom screamed at him through out his whole childhood. And it wasn’t just the bathroom; it was his bedroom, his closet, the living room, the basement. Any room that Joe entered, his mom would bellow her utility conscious orders. It made for a noisy household, but what was a mother to do, run around the house turning off lights? Pay enormous bills for wasted electricity? Nope, she just screeched until her throat hurt and Joe was permanently scarred whenever he crosses a threshold.

    Well Joe, no one needs to yell anymore. Niagara's Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors have a solved the room-to-room electrical waste problem by automatically turning on lights and other wired equipment when a person enters a room and off once they leave. These devices are inexpensive, easy to install, and result in substantial energy savings.

    Go ahead Joe, leave the bathroom light on, it’ll be okay.

  • Niagara's Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors drastically reduce the energy costs associated with energy generation for lighting rooms. These occupancy and vacancy sensors automatically turn off lights and other wired equipment when a person enters a room and movement is detected. These devices are easy to install, and result in substantial energy savings. Niagara's Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors offer a wide field-of-view motion sensing range, adjustable time duration options, and the highest quality and reliability in a motion sensing switch. Designed to meet the requirements of commercial offices, but frequently used in residential applications as well.

    Occupancy Sensors:

    • Utilizes passive infrared (PIR) sensing technology
    • Professional-grade replacement wall switch turns light off when a person leaves the room and on when they enter the room
    • Single-pole or 3-way
    • Adjustable time-delay interval (15 seconds to 15 minutes)
    • Available in white or ivory with or without night light

    Vacancy Sensors:

    • Utilizes passive infrared (PIR) sensing technology
    • Manual or Occupancy Sensor
    • Single-pole or 3-way
    • Lights only go off once room is vacant
    • Complies with California Title 24 residential lighting standards
    • Sensor Technology: Passive Infrared (PIR)
    • Adjustment: Manual
    • Color: White/Ivory

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